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Great article Jan!!
I'm so glad it was you who wrote about our fairy friends!
I'm also thankful you sent me that fairy door, it must open and close 10x a day! lol
Hope the Fairies are bringing you joy this summer and the Pixie's stay out of your hair. (giggling here)
Have a great day!
I just love 'em! those are my fav fairies... the CM Barker flower fairies. I have 3 in my garden, but a huge number of them on my Xmas tree. If you looking for them in a smaller scale, you might want to check out the Xmas ornaments. they come with a small stick to use to put them in a potted plant. I don't know how they would take the weather, though. That little house is too cute.
I see most fairy gardening postings are from 2009. I just joined and will soon be sending pictures of my interpretation of a fairy garden; thought I was unique! Ha! I too have a fairy house from collectibles catalogue. If you haven't gotten the dvd A Fairy Tale: A True Story, do it posthaste. It is where I got the idea for a fairy garden. That and touring English gardens and seeing their concept of "garden rooms". I now have several different-styled garden rooms. More later when I figure out how to maneuver around.